Some movies are arthouse masterpieces. Other movies are mainstream popcorn crap. And sometimes the crap turns out to be art and the art turns out to be crap. That’s what's great about movies. To quote Gary Sinise in The Cremaster Cycle, “Movies are like a box of mysteries. You never know what you're gonna get baby!” Each Friday on Weekend at Bergman’s, Forever Dog co-founders and movie lovers Brett Boham and Joe Cilio watch two movies - one from the arthouse and one from the mainstream - and pit them against each other in a fight to the death. Brett and Joe debate what makes the movies good and what makes them bad. They watch scenes. They present research. They solicit listener feedback. And at last, they decide which movie is The Better Movie and reward it with a place in the Canon. Meanwhile the Other Movie is tossed into the bottomless Trash Canon and Brett and Joe are never allowed to watch it again for the rest of their lives. That's the agreement they made. That's what's at stake... more
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Lock your doors and board your windows! We’ve got unsupervised children on the loose! Representing the arthouse it’s Harmony Korine’s feature film directorial debut Gummo (1997). And representing the mainstream it’s that perennial Christmas classic H... more
I love this dirty podcast! This week we're joined by Tom Scharpling (The Best Show, Double Threat) to examine two cinematic portraits of the ups and downs of the Big Apple. New York City, that is! Representing the arthouse it's the endlessly quotable... more
Joe flies solo on the first Double Feature - our look at movies currently in theaters - so it's up to him alone to decide what goes in the canon and what goes in the trash canon. David Cronenberg's Crimes of the Future or Tom Cruise's long awaited To... more
Each episode features some very defensive reminders that the hosts are indeed being honest about their opinions and analysis of each film. I’m not sure why they think someone turns on a podcast and assumes the hosts are being dishonest…in fact, they’re so entirely defensive about their honesty…I think they may be lying… more
Best theme song in podcasting hands down
I don’t understand why Brett doesn’t just get a karaoke track for the theme song, but I guess that’s his business
Amazing theme song.
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